full up

full up

Unable to accommodate any more (inhabitants or contents); full. Unfortunately, we're full up here at the moment—no vacancy. Don't worry, I made sure that the dog's water bowl was full up before we left.
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full up

Rur. full. I ate till I was full up. I can't get any more gas in the tank. It's full up.
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However, only half (53 percent) are aware that index funds expose investors to the full ups and downs of the market, and slightly more than one-third (36 percent) say index funds are riskier for people who have less time to build their savings or recover from a downturn.
According to the survey, only half (53%) of investors are aware that index funds deliver the actual stock market performance and expose investors to the full ups and downs of the market.